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The Weekly Grail

Sunday March 10 2019

By air mail

Nick Statt of The Verge reports on the shift in public view of data privacy and how this will impact business practices and legislation in coming years in Foursquare co-founder Dennis Crowley thinks a reckoning is coming over data privacy


Lily Hay Newman of Wired details the discovery of personal data left exposed online when email marketers failed to protect the data in An Email Marketing Company Left 809 Million Records Exposed Online


Salvador Rodriguez of CNBC details Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s 3,000-word note outlining a more privacy-focused future for the tech company in Facebook’s Zuckerberg spells out vision for a ‘privacy-focused’ internet after a year of turmoil


Joseph O’Sullivan of The Seattle Times shares how Washington Senators have passed a far-reaching and privacy-focused bill to regulate personal data collection and transparency of businesses in Washington Senate approves consumer-privacy bill to place restrictions on facial recognition


Josh Gresham of VeraSafe dives into how the GDPR treats encrypted and anonymized data, providing insight into how the law can be interpreted in Is encrypted data personal data under the GDPR?


Carole Cadwalladr and Duncan Campbell via The Guardian report on tensions growing from Facebook’s global pressure to reduce regulation and requirements for personal data processing and collection in Revealed: Facebook’s global lobbying against data privacy laws